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Social Psychology

PSYC 2606
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PSYC 2606 Lecture 17: Triangular theory of love
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Lecture 17 Triangular Theory of Love Sternberg. o Stenberg criticiz...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 16: Love- Types of love
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Lecture 16 Love continued. o Passionate love- inten...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 15: Love and attraction
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Lecture 15 o Similarity cont. Sir Francis Galton (Cousin of Charles...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 13: Intro to attraction
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Notes Lecture 13 o Self disclosure cont. Strangers on a train helps...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 14: Attraction cont.
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Notes Lecture 14 o Importance of affect mood plays a very important...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 12: Social Self cont.
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Lecture 12 o Selfpromotion: boasting behavior (or extreme modesty) ...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 11: Social Self Cont.
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PSYC 2606 Lecture 10: introduction to social self
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Lecture 10 Social Self Psychology of selfhood. Areas tha...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 6: Social Cognition

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 8: Social Cognition pt. 2

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 7: Social cognition Experiments

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 9: Social Cognition Experiments pt. 2

Notes lecture 9 o Heuristics (kahneman & Tversky)- rule-...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 4: Social Perception

Notes lecture 4 (1/26) Social Perception A process through w...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 5: Social perception cont.

Notes Lecture 5 Paul Eckman cont. Facial decepti...

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PSYC 2606 Lecture 3: Research methods cont.

Notes lecture 3 (1/24) o Demand characteristics: wh...

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